Back To Basics Holiday Gift Guide
I hate going shopping. Especially holiday shopping.
Thank you. dear internet.
This year, with the exception of a few handmade gifts, I have managed to do ALL of my Holiday shopping online! This makes shopping much more pleasant, and is one of my strategies for having a low stress holiday season.
Here is my holiday gift guide for Back to Basic living this year!
What would my kitchen be without cast iron pans?
I don’t know, but I know that these Lodge skillets are tried and true. Perfect for any stove top!
(See how to use and care for cast iron here!)
This Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven is on MY Christmas list this year!
Want to preserve your garden goodies without taking up room in the freezer?
This Stainless Steel Dehydrator creates amazing dried fruit, veggies, herbs, jerky, and fruit leather.
Protect your hands from scrapes and blisters with these work gloves while you are shoveling, raking, or splitting wood.
They are available in multiple sizes, so they are good for guys or gals!
Any gardener, new or experienced always appreciates a new quality set of digging tools or a *seed gift card!
Want to heat your house, save on your electric bill, AND get in shape?
Then you need one of these!!
Beeswax – An all purpose tool around a homestead.
Looking for a way to store all those real food leftovers?
This glass “tupperware” gets it done every time.
Want to REALLY cut down on costs and waste?
Mud Boots– A must for traipsing around the homestead!
Drop Spindle– an inexpensive way get started learning how to spin wool into yarn!
Want to try your hand at fermenting?Check out Fermentools for this easy, affordable starter kit!
There you have it- my back to basics style holiday gift guide!
What’s on your list this year?
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